Visit the Gold Coast “Famous for Fun” with a Brisbane or Gold Coast Airport Transfer

Are you thinking about visiting the beautiful Gold Coast for your next holiday? If you are worried about the minor beach erosion, then Surf City Transfers will bring back your faith in Australia’s no 1 holiday destination!

You would think that one of the Gold Coast’s best assets, being the beaches, were all eroded by the media frenzy that has taken place over the last two months. Sure there have been some erosion due to high tides and large seas but out of the 70klms of beaches from Coolangatta to the Spit only 6 have serious erosion and need work done to bring them back to a good condition. 

Gold Coast Council have spent over $500,000 to get Surfers Paradise beach back to a proper standard and a plan has been released subject to funding for a whole city response to the problem.

Visitor numbers continue to rise for the Gold Coast and as was reported back in April there had been an increase in domestic and international visitors for the 12 months compared to last year. The Gold Coast is still Australia’s No. 1 Holiday destination and over 10.5 million visitors both domestic, international and day trippers visited the coast for the year.

From the iconic Surfers Paradise to the sophisticated dining precincts at Tedder Ave  Main Beach, to the layback Broadbeach with its great range of accommodation and award winning restaurants plus the southern Gold Coast which is only five minutes from the Gold Coast Airport, featuring towns like Coolangatta and Kirra who boost the safest beaches due to their north facing aspect. The Gold Coast has got something for everyone.  

The Gold Coast offers an array of holiday options for all budgets so when you next book a holiday to the coast and require a Gold Coast Airport Transfer or a Brisbane Airport Transfer, then contact Surf City Transfers and we would be more than happy to help with your airport transport, plus other travel options while you are visiting “Australia’s No 1 Holiday Destination”, the Gold Coast, “Famous for Fun”